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While the mid to late ‘60s psychedelic era was forming in the San Francisco Bay Area, Britain was undergoing a pop and Cultural Revolution via the London Free School and…
The late jazz and rock music journalist Ralph J. Gleason is credited for highlighting the burgeoning the late ‘60s San Francisco psychedelic rock scene while also co-fou…
Multi-instrumentalist Brian Carpenter formed this delightfully off-center band back in 2002 and enlists progressive jazz luminaries, saxophonist Briggan Krauss and tromb…
Longtime cellist with the cutting-edge chamber ensemble Kronos Quartet, Joan Jeanrenaud developed these works over several years, as a result of experimentation and pers…
Singer, songwriter, producer, guitarist, and saxophonist Van Morrison has been at the game a good long time. An Irish lad smitten with the American sounds imported to th…
This self-produced release exemplifies the healthy state of independent jazz. With elements of world jazz, Latin jazz and straight ahead grooves, they defy easy categori…
Saxophonist Brian Patneaude’s latest recording, As We Know It, features his long-standing quartet in which he leads. Brian Patneaude was born in 1974 in Schenec…
Frank Kimbrough is based in New York where he honed his craft as a solo pianist. He has been involved with the Jazz Composers Collective, the Maria Schneider Orchestra, …
Here, French bassist and supreme experimentalist Bruno Chevillon delves into avant, (acoustic & electric) bass and electronica for this cutting-edge record label. With a…
Banjoist Jake Schepps, violin master Ryan Drickey, guitarist Greg Schochet (who also plays mandolin), and string bassist Eric Thorin have combined their estimable talent…